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I had to say goodbye to Colbie today. Doc said she had Stage 4 Kidney failure. He offered procedures that would have prolonged her for a little...
I'm interested in hearing, but, I think this accident comes down to procedures and human factors, which is valid for any type of aircraft.
In Canada, the tower controllers would always give us a check gear down call, when we were cleared to land. I've noticed in recent years, they...
When I was in the AF, we did a tool inventory after every job. If a tool was missing, the whole flightline shut down, until that tool was found.
I change the sights to Tru Glo TFX. That's it.
In the Gulfstream, my habit from the right seat, is to say, about a mile or so out: Three green, full flaps, lights are on, cleared to land.
He just couldn't quit me. :drunk:
The FAA has a statute like that: FAR 91.13 Careless and reckless operation. That gets added to every violation.
Probably be a bigger punishment for them, if they had to repair the damage properly, clean up the camp and dig a new latrine.
5G gave your kid autism.
:hippie:Far out, man.
When positioning, a Crew Chief, or in this case, the PAO will often occupy a seat. I understand Thunderbird Crew Chiefs got a lot of flying in the...